During the spring and summer seasons, birds are flying around, infatuated with their mate, singing their songs, building nests for their eggs, and much more. From robins and cardinals to morning doves and mockingbirds, there are a great variety of birds to observe. Do you wish you could bring all the beautiful birds to your yard? You can entice these lovely winged creatures to your front or backyard with a birdfeeder. While you could simply purchase a birdfeeder from a store, Country Living offers several ideas for homemade birdfeeders that would be fun to make for your outdoor space.
Invite Birds with this Orange Macrame Bird Feeder
Macrame has quickly become a favorite textile to decorate with around the home. Incorporate macrame to your yardscape with this Orange Macrame Bird Feeder. You will also get to reuse leftover oranges by placing seeds in an empty orange half.
Bring Birds to the Yard with this Soda Bottle Bird Feeder
If you enjoy recycling and repurposing items, then you may want to make this Soda Bottle Bird Feeder. Obviously, as the name implies, a used soda bottle will be utilized to make this bird feeder. You, however, will also make use of wooden spoons. These could be new spoons purchase specifically for this DIY project, or you can use a wooden spoons that have been taking up space in your kitchen.
Welcome Birds with these Pine Cone Bird Feeders
There is one tried and true homemade bird feeder that has stood the test of time. It is so simply that it is often a craft for elementary kids. This classic birdfeeder is a Pine Cone Bird Feeder. Using pine cones that you find around your yard, peanut butter from your pantry, twine from your craft closet, and some bird seed, you have an easy and instant bird feeders that you can place in trees around your yard.
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Gather Birds to the Yard with this Colorful Bird Feeder
Bird feeders do not have to be made functionally. They can also be beautiful as evident by this Colorful Bird Feeder. Grab a wooden tray and two or three small wooden birdhouses. You can paint the tray and bird houses in fun vibrant colors. Adhere the birdhouses to the tray and scatter seed on the tray.
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